Virtual Drop-in Instructional Design Support for Educators

Virtual Drop-in Instructional Design Support for Educators

Educators – do you have questions about teaching remotely or need help with teaching online?

We know you are the expert when it comes to teaching your courses: you know your students, the learning goals, and the curriculum. But we also recognize that rapidly moving your class into an online teaching mode can pose unique problems, particularly in times of social upheaval and uncertainty.

MKS2 Technologies is offering all educators (including you!) the ability to talk with experienced instructional designers and interact with peers from across the country in an open forum to help find solutions or brainstorm ideas for your specific situation. 

Our instructional designers have worked with many instructors and programs (Kindergarten through Post-secondary) in designing and delivering online courses. If you have questions about how you can meet your teaching goals while working remotely, we invite you to drop in during one of the times below and collaborate with us in finding ideas and solutions to your specific teaching challenges. We definitely do not have all the answers but we look forward to figure it out together.

This is a free service for all educators, at all levels, from all US communities. Sponsored by MKS2 Technologies. Drop in participation only. No reservations, registration, or sign-up required. 

Available Times:

Wednesday March 18 at 1 – 3 PM Pacific

Thursday March 19 at 10 AM – 12 PM Pacific

Friday March 20 at 8 – 10 AM Pacific

About the Instructional Designers

Lisa Spence is the Director of Research, Technology, and Innovation for MKS2, LLC – working globally with customers to design world-class solutions. She’s a prolific writer and speaker on topics including user interaction, instructional design, personalization, and blended agile methods.

Dianna Beardslee is an Instructional Design Subject Matter Expert and Consultant for MKS2, LLC. Dianna believes that “everything is possible”. She turns problems into ideas, ideas into solutions, and solutions into programs.

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